panicFinancial collapse imminent?
Deutsche Bank is on its “last legs w/out intervention”

JP MorganWe’ve finally reached the beginning of the end… The daisy chain of bubbles in stocks, real estate and the mother of them all — the bond market — will pop, adding additional losses to the growing bloodbath…

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A bank failure contagion, that’s whats going to push the price of gold WAY over $2,000/oz again.
The Price of Silver is going to be moving over $100 and the price of gold is going over $5,000…
A failure of Deutsche Bank would trigger a systemic banking contagion the likes of which the Western world has never seen…

buffetBuffet has joined other billionaires in recent months to sit on the sidelines and wait for the crash that everyone knows is coming…

SprottIs the next MAJOR BULL RALLY in gold and silver prices underway?
The Admiral of the Silver Market Eric Sprott explains:
The Unintended Consequences have OVERWHELMED the Central Banks…

nuclear-collapse-endEconomic World War 3?
Bill Holter believes We May Not Make it Till the Elections…

fire-burn-endJim Rickards has predicted a major upset to the global fiat currencies including the US Dollar at the end of trading at September 30th as the Chinese Yuan is added to the SDR basket of currencies. 
Financial Expert David Morgan warns Derivatives & swaps leverage are poised to COLLAPSE…

noahs-arkThere’s going to be a transition…we have to be prepared for it.  
After you have a financial bust, the real wealth is still there.  Land, factories, houses, gold & silver.  
There will be another bust like the Great Depression.  Like 2008 but MUCH, MUCH worse.  Alot of debts will be reneged on.  The theme is to move out of counter-party assets into REAL assets.  The Price of Gold and Silver Are Going to Go MUCH HIGHER…

China“2008 will look like a walk in the park.”
The capstone of the worldwide financial pyramid is warning that conditions are right for a “full-blown banking crisis” in China: 

hoodBanks are allowed to continue holding these risky assets on their balance sheets at full value, as if they’re worth 100 cents on the dollar.
There’s a word for this: fraud.
But it’s all an illusion.
And it only takes a quick peek under the hood to realize that there are SUBSTANTIAL risks in the banking system…